This document describes how to download IBM® TRIRIGA® V10.5.2 and IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform V3.5.2 by using the IBM Passport Advantage website…
- 1. Go to the Passport Advantage site and sign in.
- 2. Select Software download & media access. Click Continue if prompted.
- 3. On the Download software tab, search by part number for CJ0TZML.
- 4. In the Select individual files section, expand the + sign to view the included files.
- 5. Select the check boxes for the items that you need to download…
I am looking for additional information on the definitions and use of the Shared Capacity Factor, Emergency Capacity, and Overflow Capacity fields in the space record… I cannot seem to find these terms mentioned in the user guides. Is there any documentation on this topic that I am missing?
[Admin: This post is related to the 12.11.15 post about where to find TRIRIGA user guide PDFs in a single ZIP.]
One problem I’ve had in the 5 years I have been working with TRIRIGA is the lack of online resources when you encounter a problem. Recently, I have found myself using developerWorks more and more frequently. The volume of discussions has reached a certain maturity, so that now it is a hub of useful information. This has been helped by the fact that the IBM TRIRIGA platform and application developers actively take part in the discussions.
Since more users will make it an even stronger resource in the future, I strongly recommend you take a look at the IBM TRIRIGA forum on developerWorks. Next time you have a problem, with luck, you’ll be able to search for an existing answer or the community will point you in the right direction.
Yes, we do. I just posted my transcripts for each of the 12 UX Lessons, which summarize the key points in the 3 UX Articles: Introducing UX, Implementing UX, and Extending UX. Are you ready to build and extend your first UX app? Let’s do it!
[Admin: This post is related to the 07.20.16 post about more lessons on extending a UX app, and the 04.29.16 post about an “early beta” of UX eLearning lessons.]
Do any entity relationship diagrams (ERDs) or technical documents that would help an IBM client understand what TRIRIGA database tables exist and how they are associated to one another?
Unfortunately, the short answer is no. This information is all proprietary. No public-facing entity relationship diagrams or similar technical documents exist that explain TRIRIGA workings from a low-level, database perspective.
[Admin: A similar article is also posted in the IBM Support Portal.]
Last month, I posted 6 more lessons for a total of 8 UX Lessons that summarize the key points in the 2 UX Articles: Introducing UX and Implementing UX. So this month, I posted another 4 lessons that highlight the key points in Extending UX with new fields, buttons, dialogs, toasts, and ways to modify records and customize components. Are you ready to extend your UX app? Let’s do it!
[Admin: This post is related to the 04.29.16 post about an “early beta” of UX eLearning lessons.]
Using IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.5.0 with SQL Server, it is not made clear in the installation documentation whether the Database User Account can use Windows or Domain authentication.
As a temporary fix, allow “SQL Server Authentication” and set up a relevant user account with database owner (DBO) permissions, as this is a known working configuration. The following notes will be added to the TRIRIGA installation guide “SQL Server” sections:
- Note: Only “SQL Server Authentication” is supported. “Windows Authentication” is not supported.
- Note: The SQL Server account must have “DBO permission access” to the database.
Moving forward, the installation guide has been updated by stating the requirement for “SQL Server Authentication” and the fact that the account must be the “DBO” for the database.